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Honors 11: The Case for Reparations cont. + Act I of Fences

We wrapped up our conversation of Coates’ “The Case for Reparations,” and transitioned into the ways in which Coates’ argument plays out in Act I of  61 more words

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Honors 11: The Case for Reparations

We first had to take our third and final MAZE test today. Thanks for playing the game.

First hour had to discuss Alcoff’s “In Arizona, Censoring Questions About Race” that second hour discussed yesterday. 113 more words

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Honors 11: Conversations cont./ Intro to AA Theater/August Wilson/Fences

We finished our conversation regarding the four pieces we’ve read/watched by today (McIntosh, Fortgang, Du Bois, and Stevenson) regarding our homework from yesterday. Second hour, since they had begun the conversation yesterday, was able to read this 2012 Alcoff piece titled… 102 more words

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While the getting's good: August Wilson Audio Plays

This is important. Listen to these wonderful August Wilson audio plays online for FREE. Check out a few of the names involved:

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2 River Theater schedules all-male 'Forum,' plus all-female 'I Remember Mama'

The Two River Theater company announced its 2015-2016 season Monday night before an applause-happy crowd and it includes an all-male Plautus-inspired production of “Something Funny Happened on the Way to the Forum” and an all-female staging of “I Remember Mama” in which none of the 10 actresses are under age 65. 553 more words

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April 12 African American Historical Events

* Today in Black History – April 12 *

1787 – Richard Allen and Absalom Jones organize Philadelphia’s
Free African Society which W.E.B. Du Bois refers to, 473 more words

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Act 2, Scene 5 - The Confrontation

The final scene in Wilson’s play is intense in every aspect. Lymon and Boy Willie are trying to move the piano out of the house, Sutter’s ghost reappears, Berniece threatens to shoot Boy Willie, and Avery attempts to bless the Charles’ home. 91 more words

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